Exeter City boss to face the supporters in forum

10:54 09 January 2014


Exeter City supporters are being invited to a Fans Forum with Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale at St James Park on Thursday, January 16 from 7pm to 8pm.

The forum will take place in the Capital Suite, and will involve a talk from the City boss with questions then being opened to the floor for the remainder of the event. Also in attendance will be club chairman Edward Chorlton, vice-chairman Julian Tagg and chief executive Guy Wolfenden.

Supporters do not need to book or reserve a place in order to attend – all are welcome to turn up on the night for a prompt 7pm start.

Fans that aren’t able to attend, but that would still like to ask a question, can email it to reception@exetercityfc.co.uk with the words ‘Fans Forum’ in the subject line, and the club will endeavour to answer as many questions as possible and provide a debrief from the event.


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